Nature Notes Archives

Find here past years of PEEC’s Nature Notes newsletter. For recent editions, visit the Nature Notes page.

2014 Nature Notes

  • No. 1 pdf 1700 KB
    • Deer in Our Yards
    • How Icicles are Formed
    • Jemez Mountains Salamander Listed
    • Bees and Caffeine
    • Mountain School Green Team News
    • The Best 10 Minutes I Spent this Month (or, How I Certified my Yard as a Wildlife Habitat)
  • No. 2 pdf 1800 KB
    • Northern Shoveler
    • Articles by and about Dorothy Hoard
    • Moonset
    • Crane Migration
    • Science Fair
    • Wildflowers
    • A Peek Inside the Exhibit Design Process
  • No. 3 pdf 500 KB
    • Nature Center Groundbreaking
    • Little Yellow Composites: Greenthread
    • Watching Us, What Do Critters See?
    • Bears – An Inside Story
    • How to Get an ID on Your Plant
    • What is Citizen Science?
  • No. 4 pdf 3000 KB
    • Interpretation… What Does That Mean?
    • Rains Bring out New Species
    • Cold Birds
    • Critters of a Different Color
    • Bighorn Sheep Are a Big Surprise
    • Craig Martin in a Box

2013 Nature Notes

  • Volume 12, No. 1 pdf 800 KB
    • The Call of the Mild, the Call of the Wild
    • Climbing Trees
    • Our Pinon-Juniper Community
    • A weird bug, a new interest group, a poem, and more
  • Volume 12, No. 2 pdf 800 KB
    • Roadrunner Strategies
    • Monarch Watch
    • Two Spring Flowers
    • Tree Swings
  • Volume 12, No. 3 pdf 700 KB
    • Butterfly Watchers
    • A “Strange” Plant
    • Years of Watching Plants and Climate
    • Collective Nouns: Fun with Language
    • Green Hour Hikes
  • Volume 12, No. 4 pdf 1800 KB
    • What Is the Pajarito Plateau?
    • Bird Migrations and Park Flight
    • Mistletoe: Not Always a Problem!
    • Some Surprises on PEEC’s Annual List of Wildflowers

 

2012 Nature Notes

  • Volume 11, No. 1 pdf 1200 KB
    • Meteor Shower schedule for 2012
    • The Stars of Orion
    • A Tale of Two Turtles
    • Macroinvertebrates in Lakes and Streams
  • Volume 11, No. 2 pdf 760 KB
    • Mountain Lion Body Has a Life Tale
    • Squirrels, Vacuum Cleaners, and Ecology
    • Fire, People, and the Environment
    • PEEC Birders for Bears
  • Volume 11, No. 3 pdf 870 KB
    • Sparkling Rocks
    • Should I Add Earthworms to My Garden?
    • Hummingbird Photography
    • A Moth by Any Other Name
  • Volume 11, No. 4 pdf 1200 KB 
    • Family Nature Connection: Secrets of Leaves
    • Night Watch on Gray Foxes
    • Ashley Pond 30% Design Review
    • PEEC Finds Monterey Is for the Birds

 

2011 Nature Notes

  • Volume 10, No. 1 pdf 660 KB
    • Eagles, People, or Both?
    • Bobcat at the Bird Feeder
    • Migratory Birds
    • Family Nature Connection: Hibernation
    • Crystal Stucture of Snowflakes
  • Volume 10, No. 2 pdf 300 KB
    • Earthquakes
    • Wealth of Native Plants
    • Science Fair 2011
    • Solar Clothes Drying
    • Family Nature Connection: Timing Is Everything
  • Volume 10, No. 3 pdf 1100 KB
    • Hope from Hopelessness (fire recovery)
    • The Drought: Why and What
    • What Was That Noise? (wildlife camera)
    • Confessions of a Wannabe Birder
  • Volume 10, No. 4 pdf 860 KB
    • What a Difference a Little Rain Makes
    • Reports on Critter Class and Nature Odyssey
    • Weeds: Wonderful or Woeful?

 

2010 Nature Notes

 

2009 Nature Notes

  • Volume 8, No. 1 pdf 1000 KB
    • A New Forest in Los Alamos
    • Townsend’s Solitaire Adopts White Rock Family
    • Rare Sungrebe Spotted in New Mexico
    • Rascals of the Trees
    • From Duckweed to Blue Lettuce: PEEC’s Herbarium
  • Volume 8, No. 2 pdf 1000 KB
    • Endangered Species
    • Jemez Mountain Salamander
    • Roadrunner & Hawk
  • Volume 8, No. 3 pdf 800 KB
    • PEEC People
    • Pond Life
    • Family Nature Connection: Rain, Rain, Don’t Go Away
    • A Week in Nature Odyssey
  • Volume 8, No. 4 pdf 500 KB
    • Pikas, calliope hummingbird, and other wildlife sightings
    • Worms
    • Butterfly garden and herbarium

 

2008 Nature Notes

 

2007 Nature Notes